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they broke into the office of one of my personal attorneys what began as a raid on Michael Cohen's home an office in New York by FBI agents looking into alleged hush money payments has grown into a deep encompassing probe likely to last long after special counsel Robert Muller completes his much anticipated report the hush money payout probing New York let the codes guilty plea for campaign finance violations corresponded Nathan lane says what was once a sideline to Miller's probe into Russian meddling is now competing as a major threat to president trump that pro has since expanded to include now includes the naga committee %HESITATION includes certain aspects of the trump organization the president's family business even after the Muller report is out in his work is done those probes can carry on they don't just die when Mahler finishes I am machine after Cohen's testimony last week there's even more potential illegal activity to be investigated to your knowledge did the president ever provide inflated assets to an insurance company , yes I'm calling himself pointed towards %HESITATION president trump having inflated and deflated the value of his assets when he carried out %HESITATION deals and transactions with financial counterparties because the trump organization is based in Manhattan is based in New York most likely that would be something that would fall under the purview of the Southern District of New York it's the cop for for Wall Street %HESITATION seven decision or carries out the biggest and the most complicated financial prosecutions from president trump's perspective it's it's uncontrollable and that's why that strand of of these various enquiries holds the biggest rests for for Donald Trump the truck on Twitter slammed his former lawyer as a liar these cases don't include a wave of congressional investigations in the house of representatives the chairman of the house Judiciary Committee congressman Jerry Nadler on Monday requested new documents and interviews with several dozen agencies officials and truck family members in an obstruction in public corruption probe one that could ultimately lead Democrats to open impeachment proceedings against trump is all across